Cornered in a public rest room.

This is a discussion on Cornered in a public rest room. within the Carry & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I think its all been said. No reason to get all excited here. Just finish your buisness and exit the restroom in a way that ...

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    I think its all been said.

    No reason to get all excited here. Just finish your buisness and exit the restroom in a way that provides you with the best possible advantage in case something does go down. Keep your strong side away from the loud mouths and exit.
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    I'll have to take a different tack here.

    1) in that stall, with my .45 in my right hand & laying in my skivvies (but out of sight to anyone coming in the stall until it is too late for them), I absolutely own that piece of real estate. Anyone yanking open a locked stall door after that kind of trash talk is bought, paid for, and awaiting a 230 grain receipt.

    2) I have no need, desire, or obligation to allow them to know I am a 62 yr old, and not ready for prime time smack down, . . . but ready for them to get hurt if they push the issue. I can sit in that stall until my wife has done all 44 aisles, and sends the manager looking for me.

    And that is how I would handle it, . . . cell phone in my left hand with 91 pushed and ready to finish the dialing and dropping it in my front shirt pocket, . . . the operator can hear all my conversation once the situation elevates enough to make the call worthwhile. Until that, I'm just sitting in the stall, . . . taking care of business, . . .

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    I'm not going to become the aggressor or come busting-out of the stall at "low ready"...but I'm SURELY not going to let a couple of mouthy punks force me to sit in a nasty public restroom crapper any longer than it takes me to finish-up under regular circumstances. When it's time for me to leave I am heading for the sink to wash-up & then hit the door. I'll find someplace ELSE to wait for my wife to finish shopping.
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    I believe this thread has run it's course and the original question has been answered...
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